Please note that information here is provided as a courtesy to help you plan your program. Please consult the Linguistics Section of the University Calendar (scroll down to Linguistics) for the most up-to-date information regarding course requirements. Course descriptions can also be found in the Course Listings section of the Calendar.
Requirements for a BA in Linguistics
Students majoring in Linguistics must include the following courses in their program:
| • LING 101 — Introduction to Linguistics
|| • LING 308 — Morphology and the Lexicon
| • LING 204 — English Syntax
|| • LING 309 — Syntax and Semantics
| • LING 205 — Phonetics
|| • LING 310 — Introductory Phonology
| • Plus an additional *9 of which must be at the 400- or 500-level
See also Bachelor of Arts (BA) Program requirements section of the Calendar for additional Faculty-level requirements.
Requirements for a Minor in Linguistics
The minimum requirements for a Minor are:
- LING 101 — Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
- LING 204 — English Syntax
- LING 205 — Phonetics
- one of LING 308, LING 309, or LING 310
- two other courses in Linguistics
(Note: The Faculty of Arts requires that *6 must be at the 300- or 400-level). See Bachelor of Arts (BA) Program requirements section of the Calendar for further requirements.